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committee what do you make of secretary of defense panetta who says look in terms of the criticism that we didn't send in more troops that you don't put more troops in harm's way when you don't have intelligence on the ground as to what they are getting into. >> i am a member of the armed services committee and i appreciate what mark udall said about not politicizing this. this is about a huge international security issue you that affects all of us and there was a shocking breakdown operationally not to have the security there in the first place and then not to respond to these guys in their pleas for help for seven hours during a fire fight is unbelievable and now we are hearing that the president of the united states based on his own words issued a directive saying that he wanted to be sure those people on the ground were safe and getting what they needed. it didn't happen. this means either that the president's order was not followed. which would be a breakdown in terms of the white house procedure. or, it means the order wasn't issued. we need to find out about this. it is not about po
it, they are murders of my son. >>chris: defense secretary panetta and charlie woods, father of the former navy seal killed in the benghazi attack, disagreeing over the decision not to provide military backup while the assault was going on. we are back, now, with the panel. and now the issues that may swing voters in the final week of the campaign. we will start with libya. there were several developments this past week. we learned, as you heard debated there, the fact that c.i.a. operators on the ground in benghazi asked for military backup and were turned down several times while the attack was going on. we found out that the c.i.a. people on the ground reported that during the attack that a jihad group was taking responsibility, claiming responsibility not attack. what do you make of all of in, especially in the contempt of the campaign? >> what i make of it, it looks terrible although i don't fully endorsed remarks of the grieving father. i understand his grief, i lost a son myself, who not in military combat. i don't think you can accuse the officials in washington who m
, and who knew about the decision and lied about it, are murderers of my son. >> chris: defense secretary panetta and charlie woods, father of the former navy s.e.a.l. killed in the benghazi attack. disagreeing over the decision not to provide military backup, while the assault was going on. and we're back now with the panel. let's talk about the issues that may swing voters, in the final week of the campaign and let's start with libya, there were several developments this past week, we learned, as you heard debated there, the fact that the cia operators on the ground in benghazi, asked for a military backup and were turned down several times while the attack was going on and we also found out that cia people on the ground reported that during the attack, that a jihadist group, ansar al-sharia was claiming responsibility for the attack. brit what, do you make of this especially in the context of the campaign. >> what i make of it is, it looks terrible. even though i don't fully endorse the remarks of the grieving father, there, i understand his grief. i lost a son myself, but not in milit
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